This article discusses the rise of edge computing and its impact on data processing. Edge computing involves processing data locally on devices or edge servers, which reduces latency and enhances real-time processing capabilities. The benefits of edge computing include enhanced real-time processing, improved bandwidth efficiency, and improved data privacy and security. Edge computing can be applied across various industries, including healthcare, smart cities, and manufacturing. It enables real-time processing of patient data in healthcare, facilitates efficient decision-making in smart cities, and redefines manufacturing processes in Industry 4.0.
The Rise of Edge Computing
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